The Evil Dead are all the way from ( Don't Cry For Me) Argentina, but thankfully there is no Andrew Lloyd Webber influence in evidence. As you would imagine with a name like The Evil Dead the band dabble in a bit of death, thrash and good old heavy metal. On first listen it would be easy to write these guys off as just another noisy band with a vocalist who sounds like he could do with sucking a Fisherman's Friend ( Fnarr, fnarr ) but that would be a mistake. Give this album a couple of spins and musically you discover the band can really play, sounding like a mix of early Sabbath, Maiden and Judas Priest. They have a triple guitar line up which they utilise to good effect with some excellent melodic riffing and fret burning solos.